2022: 5 TOP PICKS

December 17, 2021

If you enjoyed watching Sport 24 in 2021, then just wait for what we have in store next year!

Here are our TOP 5 PICKS to look forward to in 2022: 

Super Bowl LVI will return to the Golden State on 13 February and will be held inside California's SoFi Stadium. This year's Playoff race is shaping up to be ridiculous.

The first question on everyone’s mind is; who will be battling it out? As the NFL Playoffs approach us, there is still so much to be decided in one of the wildest races we've seen in some time.

Will Tom Brady lead the Buccaneers for a repeat and get his 8th ring? Will the LA Rams achieve a home win at the Super Bowl?

And we haven’t even mentioned the Half-Time Show... strap in for the wildest mix of entertainment, Sport 24 has to offer in February!

Since 1934, the Masters Tournament has been home to some of golf’s greatest moments.

Amidst blooming azaleas, towering pines, and flowering dogwoods, the first full week of April ushers in a stage unique to golf, and to sport. Over four days and 72 holes, the smallest field in major championship golf competes for a chance to capture the Green Jacket and a place in Masters history.

The 86th edition of the tournament will take place from 4 – 10 April and will be the first of golf's four major championships to be held in 2022.

With an incredible Ryder Cup in 2021, it's now the time teammates become competitors, the rivalries are back, and golfers from all over the world all have one goal, one mission, and one thought: the prestigious Green Jacket.

Will Tiger Woods make ANOTHER famous comeback and claim his 6th Green Jacket? Will Mcllroy finally become champion, which he is so desperate for, after having the PGA Championship, the US Open and The Open Championship under his belt? Or will Matsuyama successfully defend his title?

Who is going to win the 2021/22 Premier League season?

As things stand the title race is between Liverpool, Chelsea, and Manchester City.
The historic top 6 is being significantly challenged, making the Premier League all but more exciting, and also begs the question who is going to be in the top 4?

The Premier League is no stranger to late drama and that’s the beauty about this league (and sport), with championships seized, glory snatched from the jaws of defeat, and an array of chaotic results peppering the final day throughout the years. Could we see another last-minute magical moment like 2012, ‘Agueroooo’ slotting a last-minute winner?

The 2022 January transfer window hasn’t been more crucial until now, as this season is going to go down right to the wire.
Sport 24 will be with right there with you, to see it all unfold until 22 May.

This season of the UEFA Champions League keeps on giving us the drama and suspense we want, following from the round of 16 (re)draw...

9 former UEFA Champions League winners are in the round of 16, with eye-catching matchups.
There is no room for error and 2022 is shaping up to be a year in which records are going to be broken, and history for one club will be made in May.

Chelsea have only conceded 4 goals in the group stages, Inter have reached the knockout stages for the first time in a decade and Real Madrid have never failed to make it through the group stages.

Which goal-scoring machine; Lewandowski, Mbappe, or Ronaldo will come up on top?
And will Guardiola finally lead Manchester City to their first Champions League title?

2022 is a year of anniversaries at Wimbledon.
The Championships will celebrate its 135th edition, it’s 100th anniversary of Centre Court, and it will mark the first year that The Championships is planned to take place over 14 days (27 June - 10 July), with the introduction of play on the Middle Sunday to the permanent schedule.

The veterans; Serena, Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, vs the rising stars of a new generation of tennis; Osaka, Raducanu, Zverev, Tsitsipas, Medvedev & Coco Gauff.

2022 will mark an extremely memorable tournament, filled will the biggest surprises, match-ups & thrillers, which can all be enjoyed in the air or at sea, LIVE on Sport 24.